One recurring question is, “Why are the names in The Fae Awakening very human?” It’s a good question, one that is answered in time with the series. For those of you wondering and wanting a fast food answer, read on.
Note: I tried my best not to write spoilers, but there are minor spoilers in this post. The nature of writing about the character names forces those into the text. I tried to keep everything related to Fury and Greed. There are no future spoilers, just those two books.
The names are very human for a variety of reasons. Most of those reasons are character based.
A dark, somewhat comedic glimpse into the bendable bowtruckle industry. The walls chatter at night. They creak as something small runs in between the wooden planks, collecting a midnight meal. My eyes open and I wonder, “Is Harry in his cage?” Harry is a mouse. I get up and walk
Happy Holidays! A few weeks ago, I asked, “What’s your favorite fantasy creature?” The responses started trickling in, and I’ve collected and determined the results. It’s been a little longer getting this post written. Chaos comes with the holidays – going to events with family and friends, preparing the house
If you’ve read Fury or another Fae Awakening story, you probably have questions about the different characters. What is Bonnie? Why are the names for the Fae very human? What is the relationship between Henry and Hunter? These are some of the questions I’ve been asked. I’ll tackle these issues